Independent Stampin Up! Demonstrator since 2007
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Friday, November 20, 2009

Thanksgiving cards!

Hey there! My family celebrated Thanksgiving today and it was wonderful! My youngest helped me with all of the cooking and we made enough of everything to have leftovers again tomorrow night for dinner! :)I just love this holiday! We still have 2 more celebrations to have and I cannot wait!

I decided today to make a few cards to send out to some folks that I wish could be here with us. I used a retired SU! set (the name completely escapes me right now!) to make the border of leaves around the main image. I used Dusty Durango, Certainly Celery and More Mustard for the leaves. I really like the way it came out! I added a pumpkin on a pop dot to half of the cards and a turkey on a pop dot to the others! I used Whisper White, Pumpkin Pie and Chocolate Chip for the card base. I rounded the corners of the white and orange for a softer look. The pumpkin was from Becky Robert's blog and the Turkey is from Flowerbug's Ink Spot! They are both such talented stampers!

Here are my cards:





Have a super night! Be back soonest! :)

AnnMarie

9 comments:

Colleen said...

I've been seeing a lot of things created with punches lately - they woek great on your cards!

marsha said...

These are super! Love the bright fall colors.

Hugs,
Marsha

Melanie said...

Oh my gosh these are awesome. I'm loving the turkey!!

Melina said...

Beautiful creations AnnMarie! Happy Thanksgiving!

cindy said...

Cute cards. I love the picture of Zoe in your slide show.
http://www.cre8ivecindy.blogspot.com/

Jenny said...

I really love those cards!

Tracey said...

So cute, love the pumpkin.

Jennifer said...

Super cute cards! I like the border you did with the leaves. Cute idea!!

April said...

Those are so adorable! I love using punches to make images!